Music at the Farm

Virginia Sindelar, Artistic Director, David Bernat, Associate Artistic Director


Concerts start at 2 PM. TICKETS are $30. For reservations call 401-567-0354.

Upcoming Concerts

Emma Robertson, soprano

Emma has been keeping herself busy performing in and around Boston. This past summer, she was Cinderella in Natick’s production of Into the Woods with the Actors Company of Natick. Following that, Emma could be last seen as one of the Handmaidens in the Boston Opera Collaborative’s immersive horror opera experience Whispers: Echoes of the Hall. Now, she is fresh off of many debuts in one: for two weeks, she was involved in staging and performing a production of Le Nozze di Figaro as Susanna in Mazatlán, MX. As the year comes to a close, she looks forward to the summer of 2024 as a studio artist with Teatro Nuovo in New York City, as well as a guest artist for other concerts and recitals.

Emma Robertson and James Lorusso

“At The Farm” 
Out of the South Blew a Wind (Price)
Clairières dans le ciel –  (L. Boulanger),
Frauenliebe und leben – R. Schumann, Margaret Bonds Spirituals

Connie Converse, Ernst Bacon – 4 Emily Dickinson 

Solveig’s Song(s) (Grieg),
The Glory of the Day Was in Her Face (Price)

Songs my Mother Taught Me (Dvorak)

Grace Note Farm Chamber Music Festival 
June 8-9

David Bernat, Artistic Director
Virginia Sindelar Executive Director


Performing Artists:

Christine Wu, violin, David Bernat, violin, Elias Dagher, piano, Lun Li, violin, Nina Bernat, double bass,
Claire McCahan, mezzo-soprano, Chase Park, cello,
Jiarong Li, piano, and Mark Bernat, bass.

Program June 8:
Bach or Mozart Quintet  
Kodaly Duo for Violin and Cello 
Brahms Piano Quartet in G minor 

Program June 9 
Chausson Chanson Perpetuelle for voice. piano & string quartet Op. 37
Schubert Der Tod und das Mädchen (“Death and the Maiden”)
for voice & piano 
Schubert String Quartet in D minor, D810
“Death and the Maiden” 


July 14
Tenor David Rivera Bozon with Pianist Elias Dagher

“My Favorite Arias”   



August 11

Eureka Trio
with virtuoso clarinetist Milos Bjelica


Brahms Trio, Beethoven Trio, Tajcevic Balken Dances


Sept 8
Flutist Anthony Trionfo & pianist Albert Cano Smit

Prokofiev Sonata, Mozart Sonata in Bb

Bartok Rumanian Dances  and more


Oct 13
violinist David Bernat


Nov. 10
Yunwen Chen, cello


Dec 8
Opera Holiday Celebration

Emma Robertson, soprano,
David Rivera Bozon, tenor
& Elias Dagher, piano

About Artistic Director Virginia Sindelar

Since 1994 Ms. Sindelar made her home in Pascoag, Rhode Island where she taught for many years, pursued equestrian activities, built her horse farm, and historic inn business (Grace Note Farm Inn). In 2018 she began the new concert series Music at the Farm with the goal of furthering the careers of  brilliant young artists. 

As a Flutist, Virginia made her solo debut at the age of twelve with the Chicago Symphony String Ensemble. A pupil of Julius Baker at the Juilliard School, she earned both BA and MS degrees, and was presented the Three Arts Award in recognition of her outstanding performance. A Fromm Fellow at Tanglewood for three summers, she also taught in the Boston University Tanglewood Institute and appeared as soloist with the Berkshire Festival Orchestra under the direction of Gunter Schuller. 
Ms. Sindelar has toured both North and South America presenting concerts and master classes. Under the management of Albert Kay Associates, NY she performed at the Seoul Arts Center as guest of the Korean government. As founder and Artistic Director of the Scarborough Chamber Players, she commissioned new works, presented classical, historic, and multi-cultural series, received National Endowment for the Arts and Arts Lottery funding to bring multicultural programs to the public schools of Massachusetts and served as consultant to other organizations interested in promoting and presenting the performing arts . She has produced and hosted numerous performing arts programs for Continental Cablevision of Cambridge , MA. which were distributed across the country. She was artistic  coordinator for both Quincy’s first First Night (1993) and the Randolph Peace Committee 1994 Peace Begins with Me celebration in Massachusetts. 
Ms. Sindelar has recorded works by Mauro Giuliani and Music of the Romantic Era for flute and guitar on the Centaur and Titanic labels. She  was Adjunct Professor at Lowell University, Clark University and  Eastern Nazarene College, and also taught at , Milton Academy, Bowdoin Summer Music Festival, and privately for over 35 years.


If you are unable to attend but would like to support our concert series please donate :
[email protected] to either Venmo or Paypal 
or mail a check to:
Grace Note Farm
969 Jackson Schoolhouse Rd.
Pascoag, RI 02859

True to its Historic Roots

Grace Note Farm, also known as the Benjamin Smith homestead farm c. 1730, is nestled in the northwest corner of Rhode Island adjacent to the George Washington Management area.

Catering to Equestrians

Riders can enjoy over six hours of riding on wide, mostly sandy trails that connect to Connecticut and Massachusetts. Trails wind through a covered bridge, hemlock grove and pass picturesque lakes and streams. You can ride alone on the well marked trails, or join a guide. Over 25 miles are safe for carriages.

Guests bring their own horses and can stay one or more nights on their own or in groups of up to 8 people. The stalls are airy and there is plenty of turnout in the rolling pastures or corrals surrounding the farm. Grace Note Farm welcomes group rides, and offers breakfast or lunch. The farm hosts parties for horse enthusiasts.



Activities in CT, MA, and RI are Near

Nearby activities include massage therapy for horse and rider, and private or group lessons in the outdoor ring. Mountain biking, hiking, swimming, fishing, canoeing, cross-country skiing are all permitted in the adjacent state park. Enjoy visits to Southwick Zoo (Mendon, Ma); Worcester Art Museum (Worcester, Ma); and the over thirty antique stores in Putnam, CT.

Recommended by the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council
Email: [email protected] or call 401-724-2200



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